"Bosses wear Prada, employees get NADA": Protests outside Anna Wintour’s Townhouse!
About 100 employees chanted in front of her home, and several police officers watched what was happening in an otherwise quiet part of New York.
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Namely, the employees marched to Anna Wintour's house in New York with inscriptions that read: "We can't eat prestige", "The bosses wear Prada, and the employees get Nada", "We demand fair payment!", "Pay fairly now".
About 100 demonstrators chanted in front of her home, and several police officers watched what was happening in the otherwise peaceful part of New York.
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"People from different backgrounds can't afford to work there," said one of the workers.
"The protest was a sharp intensification of the two-year struggle of the employees in New York with "Condé Nast" over salaries, health care benefits and problems from working life - said the worker.
The fashion icon and executive director of the magazine "Vogue" has still not commented on this, but people around her said that it was not good that they revealed Anna's address in public.
By: Amber V. - Gossip Whispers